OK Ladies and Gentlemen....

Discussion in 'Koush' started by pdroid, Jun 23, 2010.

  1. gardobus

    gardobus Silver Member

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    I think it will only show up for phones that have received official 2.2 updates... so right now maybe it will show up for 2.2 N1s.

    Not sure tho.
     
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    X looks great but I'm still going to hold out hope that there's an LTE capable device early next year.
     
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    LTE would be nice but I think an X will satisfy me for quite a while. I wouldn't mind keeping my Droid, it still holds my interest easily. But I have an upgrade available and my wife wants my Droid so why not? By the time my next upgrade comes around, there should be some sort of nice LTE phone available :D
     
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    I guess I could technically qualify for the upgrade as well - but with the advent of CM6 my Droid will be more than sufficient for a while - guess i can't give up the root world very easily is another problem, lol

    (that's not to say that the X is not rootable)

    OK I'll mod myself, we're going off-topic here. More CM6 news when it's available.
     
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    Article I read said Beta 3 should be available 6/22 in the market, but final build was only sent to phone manufacturers. Final release would be sent once Froyo was officially released.

    Adobe launches Flash 10.1 for Mobile: More than half of all smartphones by 2012? | ZDNet

    Since Froyo is just now going out to Nexus One phones, should be pretty soon.